Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on June 11, 1926 · Page 6
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JIEKtEiBACH^STRlBLlSd • GO ) jMIJTS i;iFTlEE.VKOUJtDS.._ . XHALLENiG^iNFiRIoiR MATCH AS OTERESTINai AS EXPECTED. : jSouUiern Y«nOi- ^rognr In At I" Least Foor Of Tfc* Closing / Ronnds-«, 1«, 12, U. fBy thf. Associated Press) Yankee' StadJum,', New York, •June 10.—Paul Berienbach easily beal back Ihe phatlenge;"of W.j I.. ('•Yoitns"t StHblIng Tor tiie vvirl'a lieht iieavi'weiKht tltlfc toin^k bai.tprihg th(? ybunK Georgian/into clc<:i.sivp d"ft'at in a in-round matcli tlial feil iar from (he spcctacnitV h^igllts oxpi-ctoU of it. A . crowd of 5G.000 Haw the bronzed, ruggr-d champion give Kifibllug an nnmercifnl pounding I'lfftOR^t from start to finish. farcinK ih', liatilt' in nearly every round pflioK iU> a,margin im poIntH thai niail<' tin-'Juiigi -H' ileciHion at ilie lln 'lHh a mere formality. .Slrllillng, flasiiy and ronfldeni by IromiiuilKon with Herlenimcli'H nUivi niancnvi-rlng nl tin* Htart. gol nwiiy (inprfKKlvely in the fimt flirri' roiiiiilH. lijjl a xiiuiMliing lefi hiiiilij planted JIIHI over the h<-arl', iiiiiiiUlit lillii up HJiort III Ml'* foiitih . loiiml. 1 'I'liiit injiiili.^abruptly rhi'ckliiK a tiiMdIottK riisii liy till" Cciirgian. i-ially WHS till' ili-rldilig faclnr nH' will .-iii till- luniiim point. Aft^•r it Strlhllnt; NOCIIIIMI • Imreft of IIIH ii'.iial spi 'i 'd :iMd airlllty. ,Mi' was a, inark for nerlenbarh 's pilo-drivinn riKlits-aiiil-li -flM to llie ')')dy. . mixoci witlii hooks, to tlie In.-)!! that had the' sinMli'-r'n youtli (•roi-';:y lit at. Ii -a.-^t four of the cio !4- ini:. rotijiidj —the sixth, tenth, t \v <'iftH. .and i fourteenth. ' , 'r|i(-" ffglit: round l)y round, follow?.; ' •' Round One. ..'^iril.HnK I.TIKI'II tln' first *|)iinfli. n ri-.;lit to I ll- " "'liil. ' U.ll.lililicli- c.iuil.r.il unili ii wciik 1. ft In tli<'Ixxly. "Tlfir iir.iiitid i:iiili'Hisly. Ut -r- l> iiloi Ji . I Ills I'fi in tti4' <-li;il- li ii;;. rs- rilts .it i lo--.' rt>-rs. TllP .!li:iin|.iiiii liiSss'il .1 lift lia<I .uiil tivik >«:iil.liiij;s r\ahi, to tlit> li.:icl. Th'-y rliii. li.-.l ;uiil Hi'rl.iili.tili .>ii;Mri'iI tn tlip ln-lv with l<;f;.' .\ Kl:iri<inK riiiht 1M.mil-. .1 'iff l:.Tli'iili:i.-li"s h.:u) Inif it .inly Miussiil til- ili .imiii.iir.s .li:iir. TIi lull' -sl.iiiii. ll iwrtlng the puir juxt-beftire the bell Moundird. ' Round Tw»lvaA^ ' Strlbllns >">nt the champion l«clc on hiH hp<rl5 with n left to the face then huxiK- on. BtrlbllriK. lamled.'.a.'weak right to the head bUt BeHenbach coun- tttrod with u iiavaK« left to ttbe rlb.s. Berlenbarh inrred StribtlnK. .with a right to the tmh then'punlaned hbn to the ibody an Strlblins came In to hunjT on. Another iitraljrht left to .the face brought new blood from the chal- leiiger 'K mouth. StriblinK wa,s not lahd- InK a- blow as he tried t*> evade Ber- lenbechrs onsilaught at close quarters. StriblinK was haiiglngon as usiial at the bPlL ; i Rotiiid Thli;teen. Stribling dahced In and Jarred the champion with a left to the face. Ber- lenbjich rnla-sed a. left and clinched. Stribling lifted Borienbach off the floor n.<i the challenger ducked and Kralrf>ed to the body hi an effort to dodge the charaplon'.s right. The'champion «Iro\-e StriUling to ' a <-om<'r and «how«red him -with lefts to the body and head. They wrestled around. Stribling con- (IniKxl to hang on. Five times Serien- tmeh scored to the body (l» Stribllt^ was getting his grip on Berlenbach's body. The IH>I 1 found them dancing around. . i • Round /^ourtMn. ' filribting drove a savage right to the hoily then Jabb<>d to the ftice with his left. StriblinK I.indwl' another good right to the iKxty »iut Berlenluich pun- iK.h «I him abAut the body. StriMInC* n(-xt niHh druve tiiTleiibarh through I III- ri>p.=» hut he was Onrk In the ring without a i-ount. Every charge re- siilled In a cllnrh from which the ri-frn-e had illftlridly In lirenklng thrni. niTli-nlmch brought his l«ft into iilny nKiibi to the biMly. as Btrlbllrig hiuig on (o rnive himself from punish- M|i-nt {|H (lie IM-II rang. Round Flfteeil. They ivhook. hntvlx. Two. ellnehes followfd. llnrh'nliBrh iMiiired bo(h KIOVCK fo IIIH <-linl1«nger 'H bmly as Ktrlliltng riime In In hang on,^ They writKlh 'it nroijifd the ring^to (In-alirieks of thi-; N |h'i'tii(<irN. . ItiTli'nbiieh (rhtl di '»iM .niti'ly li> liiiid a di'clslvwjiuni'li ml th>' cliiilletiK'T hunir on lo save hltMNi-li ft 'iim iltii cluimpbiirs driving iiiiiilii .1. They were (laiii'lnK a( (he •••11. JR. PRroAY iVENING, JUNE 11. 1926. U, T, C, Program CmtmuedFr(m • rr .nl I'l Unci Ih.: >i.|.- iif III t-li-irtip. .\ sli'irt li .-ili !ili.ii'ir .s ti )Uiit.-r. Round Two. Sliililiii« rush.-,] in l.iit. IliTlinbarh • lin.hi ll.- .\ lift to till- lioily c.-iusdl Siril.liiij; 111 I.ii.k. .Xniithpr lift .-Ji'iit III- ih .iJI.iifi's hi:iil lunk Imt thi' 1,1.iv,-; Wii.' wi'ak. .\ swiiiijini; riKlil ;:tii.k U.il.iiliaili in thi' fni-o ami he ilji.li .il. Tli.y wr.-.-itli-il niiiiiiiil. Th' I. f.i-.i.; .aiiliiuii ll StrililinK I'.ir !i..ldiiiK. '. .\ riuht ti. III.. I'.iily ami lift to lb" ililii SI lit Ih.- ihariui to tin i-m-r l .ut .Stul.liiiK 'llil not- fnlliiw,. .\ riKl.t to 111! fail' fi .iriil (Ii.. ilramji to clinch • jiisl as 111.- lull iaii»r. , . Round Three. i Stiiljljnir ..;Hiik bis left. in Hiil.'n- 1j.i .ir .i fill!-. .\t:iliisc ijuarli-rs iMith linii .iiiHl' to till- lirtily with no <I.ini:iKc. Aiiollri'slr!ilj4lil lift III face forcil . 111.- clianiii III KiVc. Slril.llin; ilancisl til.- cli.imp half >\ay aioiiml with a sharii li.fl. It.ili-itliai-li himliil a weak I. I't.to Slril.liUK'-^i fail- but tin- dial- Kiitr.-i'- liiitii' in liosr to li.juK on ami li.-.l lip 111.- i -liamp. lli-llclil.ach ilfovc hi i l -ft III Strililili;;'s inlil sii-tioii .slni: iillaii.iiusly Willi the- 1» 11. • Round Four. .StiililinK iml •<v>v a li -ft lo tlif face aiiil lli.> usii.'il cliiiili followi-.l. Tli-y il:ili.i.il ariiiln.l, Sii iblllii; Ii -iiilhiC: lit-^u <.|ici;liu;. .\ I.-fr. Ill hcail sl .mKi -r.,*il tlic 11 to 111.. f.l)-i- luuiiKlit l .l .i ...l to llii- cli.itnplon's nioutli. .\ii• olll-r lift to till hiafl .-itil »;-;ijill.llii« III !MI.- i ..|ji -s ami IM- IIIOM- Into a cliin'li iiiijii. .li ^it. ly. Two lifts Ll il )i> li'-ail -.•:i:::^';i 'ri 'il ilic i 'Unlli-:ij;'-i" anil li-- !i :ick. il ii-i, Anoll short l.-H to ili,- f: 'iiliik Siiil.ilia; lull till',lull iin-viiiliil rill- chiiiipi HIS f .illiiwiiit,'. Round Five. i :..ili iiij-- • ll l .-ails jiiiil tli.'y illrHliiil. A 1. fl ;inil ,iu!it to lliii fa -i- lift .SlrUiliiiv: i\i.|c i >i" 11 ami; tin- i -li ;ii >i|iliin 1 ni'ili.-.l ..v.r Ills ilrivini; l .-ft. Sliil.IiiiK l:in.;. .1 a li;iiil riuhl t (i tin- 1>oil.i> Iml ; 1- Il.tlJ-nl.aiirs lift 111 111- face. r -.iii Ifiiiili ll l .fls lo 111.:- liiail riml thill ilinjlii-il. Tile < rowil liisscil lis Strlli- liiir., iTiin- ill clos.- to liaiiK on. A (IrivlllU left s<|Uar.- to the face forced III.- .Iinmi.h.ri lo l»ai.-k. -They were . ilaiii-iiii; St 111.' liell. • . Round Six. ' ,\t el.is.' niiaiteis imnrlies >verc cx- cltiiii;..) lo Hie lioily with lioiidrs even. >>tril.lin>r wslk ^il into,a left; to the I.I.-.' ami then ;Kr:il .lM -ii to clinch. .\ ]. fl to IlT- ril'.s lift.-il .SIrlMiiic off his !ii-.t. Tlicv/clin.-lie.i .iml lUiicciI .is 111- 1I..W.5 riooleil for' action. Two 1. fls lo 111- liijail ami oile to the In^ly •"R-. :ik. 11-ll III''-ch.ill-nui-r :uiil h- ciiv- • reiriip. The cliariip was f «rciiif; ;thc lii;litiii«. A rippiiiK h .'ft to- thi ri,tis cMiiulii Srril.Iin« i.p.n ami he cliucli<-<l jiisi .-I 'l iTi - i;.ll i -iiiiK. • Round Seven, ,.'^11 illiiiK I.ii >iiei] a haiil riRlit to j;.-rl.-iii .:i -irs ril s then crossoil with a lJ.fl |.i til' r.i.e. H-rU'iiliai-li • caii«ht Strililin^ c'initn:;. -in puiiislijuf; him fi-r.-.-Iv Willi his ilriviiuj 1-ft to lb- l..iiiy. rriinch follow-d clim -ir as the iK .^.-ri;* fmiKlit cautiously. • Two more f Kishiie.; ' l .fts, 1.1 til- licail liroiiKht fi 'ih lilo.iil frotn the chall-iig-r's iiioiilli. The champ slinwereil his _rival with a stiiiijiug bmly attack as Slrllilinf; coiitiaiuil to h'llil on.' Th i -haaipii .ii criiii- .'.lit of a clinch with Mo .,.ri -..niiiiK from his bit eye Just as ttii". n.uiiil . iiil-il.: Round Eight. Stril.Uns: .S '-nt Kerleiiliach'.s ''bend . l ..i.-k with a l .ft am! tb.' usual cllnih f..ll .,w .n: KtrililiUK-t+rft' In. miss.'il. at- t.ijip|.-il to. clinch at .RerlcnlKich but mr -^s. ll his crip .;iiiiLJ -Il to illie caii- v.is. JI-. w.is iip_ijnjnislinielv. IS-r- li-iil.uli .took StrilHiti);';. left ; on ; hh; Hlov.- inil: cross.-il with his own left l-i SI nil StrihliuK's heail ' back? ISoth -:l;i(jil. ll 1. fls III thclhi-tid. Ill cverv tlini h .'Jtrililiiur huiiK mi. The licit foiiml tli-m^iloi-kcil tiuht. ' ) [Sound Nine. Tli.-y m -I in .-i clinch ami:;walt)!ed I', rli- r.>p--.s. The chrinniion/ fi -lnli-il 'SIrililin;; into an opening]:".;'init' cr.-ishcd his liuht to th- law. • .\ wllil right liiiil-.l 't.T the, sill- of the champ's li-ail ami l!.-rl.-iil.aiili paid hi-" ilial- 1'la;. r with .liivjiic l .'Tls lo Ihe body. Sirililiiii; lip/u'd in a In inillfiil uppi -r- 1 ll I.. 111.' . huufftloiv'^ face and then luint: on. .\ l .-n to the face lifled Sirllilli.u i>fr his feijt and he w.is Rrab- hjnt; lo clinch as the licll rani;. RoiJnd Ten. The ri r. r.-.- WjinicI SlrjIiIliiB ncnln f ..r li.-.l.llni; as 111- men met In a clinch. . .^"iilMiiiK lipped hiK linht Jrfi Iterli-n- h 11 il': , rihs iiml alnioMt t».|.pled the i -li-iiiip; fiom III.- rliiK. , Htrllillni; <iimc j« l:i.( Imt lierl.-nllMch hi hi lilm off with :i KtriiluhJ I.-ft to the face. The c.yw.l I111.1I11I as KtrllilhiK i-ontliiin-d to luiin; on. Sti'llillng t -luni; to Iterlcii- li:pji'« body i-vi-rv, t.lmc thi-y uame to -1 .1-.. umirli-rx. Tliechamp sent nv-r il cpii-liInK left 111 thi'-head niid Sirlb- liiu; .sa\. I'l hiinfJ.-If from 'ifolnn ilnwn 'hey l )«<nlli .uf -MrK. ('nNmlrr. nipd: At the home of liin- daiigb- ler. Mrs. (ieorge W. I;.awynr.'South I'asadeiia, (;ullforiiia,*on tlift 2 !»tli of .May, 1!I2«. .Mr». .1, J. iCaamire. Ill Iho silh year of her age. Tlio foregoing • announccmGnt will greatly interest Iho few wlio arb left of the olii, old tlmorg in lola. Sarah H. Hoagland was born near Hayesville Ohio, May 1. 1842. in Jlay. 18G0, with her parents she camo (o Kansas and settled near lola where in June, 1862, fihe was married to Charles D. Briggs. Two children, Harryi A., and Cora E., were born to this uiiion.- Mr. iiriggs died December, 21', 1876, and in 1S92 his widow, wi^ married to .Mr. J. J. Casmirc^ another one. of tlie pioneers of lola. Immediately after this marriage Mrl and. Mrs. Casmire! removed tO '*Webb City, Mis.so^ri wliere her caughter, Mrs (J. W.' Lawyer, then resided. Mr. Ca.smire engaged with Mr. Lawyer inithe hardware business, ilr. and Mrs. Lawyer faler ren^oved to^ California aiid in 1901 Mr. and Mrs. Casmire followed them. In October, 1910, Mr. Casmire diedjin Pasadena where tliey were then living and soon afterwards Mrs. Casinire removed "to South Pasadena, to' be near her daugliter, Mrs. Lawyer. Ten months ago she suffered: an accident as tha rqsnlt^of which -she was wholly disabled and was taken into the' home pf her daughter where she was tenderly cared ;for until released by death. Her son, Harry A. Briggs and his wife, liow living at Hinkley, California wfere present in the Lawj^er ,hon )e several days before their mother pasised away. „ .. i .Mrs. Casmire was held in the highest esteem during .the years of her residence In' lola and those who knew her then and who read this notice of her ideath will recall many jileasant memories of her grace and ^harm. THIS EVENING'S PROGRAM. PICTURE SHOWS. Admission by Ucket. 6 TO «^ nr. BAND CONCERT by visiting bands. •:8«P. v., BANQUET.. Admission by Ticket. ^ \ . *?:30 P. M. • • i'~ • r • ENTERTAINMENT AT ^MORIAL MA^ directed ' by iWtn. H. Achter;and program, furnished by . Parsons, Pittsburg and Wichita Cornells. Admission by imdge. -Incjidental entertainment by lola Junior High Olrtti Glee Club and by Mis's Elizabeth SIfers. . : 10:00 RM. i)ANCE, ELKS HALL. Hostesses: Mrs. W. E. Rundall and Mrs. T. O. Canatsey. . DANCE, MEMORIAL HALL. Hostesses: Mrs. C. A. Roehl and: Mrs. M. L. Laude. SATURPAY MORNING. 8J50 A. M. AUXILIARY MBETINO. U. C, T. Hall. A. K. REOONVENINQ hf Grand Council in Masonic Tem• -pic. . • ;; . • . j 9mA. M. AUTO HIDE over (ho I'lty and yisit to Industries. Start at Memorial Hull. SATURDAY EVENING. 2:30 I». ,H. " PAHADK. W. W .iLom, Grand .Marshal. Komi at M«morlar Halt. . - , 9:00 P. M. DANCING at ^Iks Ilall. ' Admission by Badge. <" • —: : —•:• ! In the ConTenllon Spotlight i • , ; ^ (Continued from page 1.) . I =i niglit. The PiltHbiirg group features iMiss Lavon Crahani. contralto. The lolaj Country CJub has been placed at the disposal of our visitors and ail giiests are extended a cordial welcome at both Club House and Golf Links. CONVENTION COMMITTEES ^ Hradqaarters Committee. Mrs. H. R. Hess, Chairman; Mrs. R. L. Copcning, , Mrs. M. L. Laudt!, Mrs. C. A. ROehl, Mrs. O. E. Oliver, Mrs. R, B. McCoy.. FntcrtalBmeat Committee. Mrs. J. O. Major, Chairman; rMrs. W. E. Rundall, Mrs. S. M. Sifers, TWrs. W. H. King. ' , Souvenir Commitiee. Mrs. C. J. McClelland, Chairman; Mrs. W. E. Rundall. Mrs. C. K. Henry, Mrs. C. R. Bant^ • -Reception Committee. v Mrs. W. L. Cox. Chairman; Mrs. R. E. McCoy. Mrs. T. O. Canatsey', Mrs. L. O. Bowker, Mrs. "P. W. . Anderson, Mrs. B. W. Birdsall, Mrs. S. A. Bixby. Mrs. R. H. Bnshgens, Mrs.Jf. S. Canatsey, Mrs. R. W.' Copening, Mrs. J. C. Glass, Mrs. R. Y. Harrison, Mrs. C. C. Hl^. Mrs. J. D. Johnston, ; Mrs. J. B. Keraey, Mrs. W. 8. I»w, Mrs. W. W. ' Lam? Mrs. O. R. Neal, Mrs. C. A. Reid, Mrs. J. V. Roberta, Mrs. N. L. Toedraan, Mrs; L. F. Wilson, Mrs. M. H.'Wilson, Mrs. A. E. Wood. Uerorafion Committee. .Mrs. C. A. Hubbard. Chairman; Mrs. O. Q. ..Marsh, Mrs. C. A. Hubbard. Mrs. A.. M. Dunlap, Mrs. C. M. Jewett. Mrs. Ti O. Canatsey. . '1 . Bxfentlre. I S. M. SIfers, W. H. Achlcr. W. E. Rundall. Finance. C. J. McClelland, Chairman. • Hotel. W. K. Rundall, Chairman. HctrMrallon and AHttlKniiii'nI. J. B. Kersoy, Chairman. Ileciimlinn. C. M. JowctI, Cliairnian. Itecepllon. W. H.Klng, Chairman. Knterfainment. T. O. Canatsey,'Chairman. ' ' Automublle. C. K. Henry, (Cliairnian. Hoavenlrs. J. C. Glass, Chairman. I'urade.- W. W. Lain, Chairman. Publicity. W. T. Smiley, Chairman. APLEftSORETO (Continiied.from page 1.). <r-r The Reirlslration at the Convention Ottawa sent fifteen cars to the coiivcntlbn and among the crowd i)f Prankltn county visitors Is the Ottawa boys liaud. The band is under diriection of C. A. Peacock and compliniented the Register Willi a niucli appreciated concert this afternoon.1 Fifty members of the band came to lola and their playing is a delight to thCj music lover. The band is supported by a direct tax on the miroicipaiity. M. O, French, of Pittabiirgi always on hand at every contention, is .tlong telling what a clean town he has while the folks burn coal. 'Mr. French makes .his living selling pottery.' boosts ,good roads for divertisenient and always attends U. C. if. conventions tor a good tinrt?. Sam 'C- Varner. jr., is.here from Independence, looking out for the Prairie Oil and Gas company's interests-and is r-eady to pour oil on the troubled ivaters should any llroublc uri^e. Mr. Varner, sells •rtour for a living, talks poliiics for fun and attends U. C. T. conventions for a gocid time. .-...'11 iiiiiic '-Ji JI..II1 -KOIOK "OM 1.-,- Ki -.-ilMni; oli at; bM waist. Th< Wfe. WaltzillB .-JJ thi> bell. ; -1 ' Round Eleven. • \ -Slrll'llnc stiiiiicrcd Hf-rlenbneh With jistmlnhi rlirlil ; lo the -hc-ad-anil then bai-licd iil>. StVlblhiK :ntt>>mptc<l to _ -bapj: on but the champion's Hwesity IMMIV cnu.s.-d lilm to lose his (trip and . B -ilcnlKUih beat him (Kidly nlMiut the - Ixxl.v. Ift'j-lenliaeh rlintod over two : hard lefts to the rlhft and then held - his rh.-iIlenKer off with his loft arm -. 'extended. The referee bad trotible , ff. E. Brewster, former salesman, prevailed upon byjPrcsident Harding to jetire from the road and ao- coiit the Leavenworth poatoffice. Is here mingling with the boys. R. T. Kreipe. of Topeka, sells cigars and t.ilks them moat of the time during the convention. A. J. Sendhousei], of .Topeka. sells refrigerators. He has made several cold propositions to the convention. fW. D. Mowry.i Kansas City, past grand (touneilori always talks fra- lernalism and the U. C. T. He is a prominent figure In convention circles. Mrs. Henry Balllett. Mr. Asa Bal- llctt and son Claude, left Wednesday forCogasacqtia. Pa., to visit mlaiives. . While there they expect to go to Philadelphia to attend the sesqiilcentennial. Thoy will be gone a month. - Miss Hazel BeShears. twho Ims been here visiting her mother. Mrs. Lou BeShears and her nncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Newton, left this afternooh for Kansas City. Sunday she wiil'leave for Los Angeles. Calif., where she will make her home. , Sallna—Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe, Mr. and fclrs. Ed E. Holly, Mrs. C. H. Gamble, L. C. Webb, J. B. Carr, Mr. and Mr.s. D. E. Richards. Hutchinson—Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Niles, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, M"r. and Mrs. J. L. Howard, Betty Alice Alice Howard^ Walter Howard. R. J. Haus, W. H. Haladay, J. C. Johnson. Wichita—Mr. . and Mrs. ^Geo. Blodgett, Mr. and Mrs. R. ll Culver, Mr. and Mrs .i M. L. Wooley, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burley. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dillan. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown.-Mr. and Mts. C. L. Henry.;Mr. and Mrs. J. Roton. Mr. snia Mrs. iC. E. Hatfield. Mn and Mrs. W. C. Shanks, Mr. and Mr. B..E Nance, Mr. and Mrs. M. E Narico, Mr. Merle T4anciE, Mr. John Nance, Mr. W. IL McCoin, Mr. and M"-. Harry Allen, Mr.- and Mrs. I. T; Michi^elson. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hensiey. Mr. W. W- Whlt- more. Mr. S. S. C'arter, Mr. and Mrs. ,E. Ti .Steele; Missj Helen Steele. Miss I Jlelen . Steele, Mr. Chns. Steele,-Mr. Harry Nance, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Haiicock., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sinclair. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Marlow. Mrs. W. C. Long, Mrs. Evelyn Townsend. Topeka—Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs; Ralph A. Covey, Mr. and .Mrs. W. L. Miller. Mrs. Alma Harper. Mr. iRincbacb, Ri T. Kriepe, W. L. Harper. Mr. and" Mrs. John Worley, A J.: Whitmore. J. E. Hinchle. R. | M. Williams, W. A. Holllngsworth. Parsons—Mr. and Mrs. 'Otho Alexander, Air. and Mrs, A. II. Roinhart, Mrs. and .. Mrs. B. E. Shive. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Foresman, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. LutS. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapin, Miss ^lary Chapin, Miss Marguerite Peniber, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert!. Richmond, Mr. and Mcs. ,1, P. 'Roberts, Mr. and Mrs., Edward Currigan. Miss Edith Curd- gan. Miss Florence Veal. Mr. and Mrs. C. A.. Byers^ Mr. -and Mrs. Paul McConnell, ' Mr. and iMrs. Wilbur: Kanitz, Mrs. H. L. BriSco, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thiir.ston, Mrs. Li R. 'Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A.; C. Brannsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. P.; W. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs., Joe Alien, Mrs. J. E. Ewin, Mr. El P. Bernandin, Mr. J. T ; Currigan, F. H. Stjhei- ber* Harold Conway, J. P. Roberts Jr., J. P. Currigan. Mr. T. Krfley, Harold Johnson, Carl Hunter. Atchison—J. H. Weatherford. Norton—N. J. Spencer, T. M. Heaton. •WIttfleld—W. C. Benner,,W. C. Warner. Ottawa—Mr. and Mrs. RJ B. Busb- •Mrs. L. J.! Zwissler, .Mrs. Clias. Berthot, Mifs. Floyd Hunter, Mr. A. E. Trinpanfe, Mr. W: A. Hoofnagie. Wendle Smith. Mr. G; B. Shonber. Arkansas City—M. L. White. Dodge City—L. E. Pendleton, W. I. Lyon. Dallas. Tex.—Marion S. Zachary. Mayfleldl vLy .—3. R. Dulaney, Jr. Independence—.Mr. and .\lrs. E. L. Ferguson, S. C. Varner. Leo Watt, M^.^Bnd Mrs. H. B. Ilertzler Miss Mabel Hertz'ler, P. E. Butler C. W. Staffon. Clay Center—Mr. and; Mrs. R. C McDonald, Mr. and .Mrs. H. P. Campbell, C. J. Brown. Fort Scott—.Mr. and - Mrs. F. A. Carrlher. Leayenworth—Mr. E. E. Brewster, Geo. J. Seilz, George Heavy, J..J. Senha,non, Rohl. G. West. Pittsburg!—Mr. and .Mrs. .M. 0. French. Miss ElUabeth Cornelious, T. H. Thicksten, Miss Helen French, Mr. and Mrsl Aljiert Abbott, .Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Oertle, Miss Lavon Gra- ham.iMlss Viola Lochrle, Miss .Mar'- tha Wimp, -Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Soti- der, Mr; and Mrs. Gj M. Love, Mr. Reggie Carter, S. II. Whitscarder, .Mrs. T. J. Calvin, Mrs, Perry Biles, •Mrs. O. jW. Spencer, Mrs. Frank Robinson. Emporia—Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Payne, .Mr. J. P. Clapp, Mr. ;Ed. Fessenden W. H. Vernon, lltirry Oldridge, C. V. Berry, II. W. Farrow, A. 'A. Studebaker, M. R. Reibcr. Manhattan^Mr.' and .Mrs. C. J. Garrett. Miss Alberta Garrett. Miss Ruth Bardwell, Mr. and .Mrs. Lewis Burk. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Witt, Mr. and Mrs.' Ed Smies, .Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. RHey. ong, Mrs. O. A. Branaman, Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Cochran, Mr. and Mr* Ben Wright. .Mr. R. R Lancaster, .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. VIckers, .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Brooks, .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pickering. Mrs. W. G." Cusick. Mr. and Mrs.' C. E.. 'Blunie. Mr. and Mrs. C. U Mlquette. Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Larson, Mrs. C. J. Fisher, Mr. C. J. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Durst, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barr, , Harold Barr, Mrs. Fredla Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Feller. dJaroI iPeiler. R. B. McConahey. J. C. Oldroyd. E. H. Thompson, R.. E. Lancaster, J. D. Kelsey. Percy Molse, H. B. Atlcinson; Coffeyrille— Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. WatkJna, Wilma Watklns, L. )f. BurriB, IA II. Mathls. Kansas Clty-^Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Curtis, Mrs.: Lena Raysoo. Mr. a»«d Mn. W. D. Melborn, J, M. WIIhelBv W. P.rMowrx, Jos«ph RM- Ing, M. t. Onien, James L. Oolnn, B. L. Wllhelm, It. M. Roberts, Floyd Hunter. , ; ; , Channto-i -Mr. and Mrs. Unirito. R. J. Unriib,. Mrs: ti.' F. BoeHni. .Mrs. J. W.- Hemlnger. Mr. 'J. ^. Heminger. Mrs. E. J. Edgertda. Mrs. Ben Beadford, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mosier. Mr. and J«ra. W. S. Wlble.iMrs. W. A. Haffoagle, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Penney. Mr. atid Mrs. R.iB. Redfield, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .Mclntyre. Mr. and Mrs. Bd Smith, Mrs. R W. Davis, Mr. and Mr. /). O. Horner of Medtord, Oregon, is here for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. O. J. Horner. • Mrs. O. E.' Pegram, who has been here visiting her.motber. Mrs. I. Nihiser. returned today to her home in Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harris, of Ottawa, who have been visiting Mrs. Hajrris's niece, Mrs. W. R. Mitchell I, in LaHarpe, (.returned home this afternoon. > Jifrs. Matilda Beatty died this morning at the homie of her son, Mr. G. D. Cunningham, seven miles east of Humboldt. Mrs. Beatty made her home with her son. PILOT PLANE COMING » (Continued from Page 1) The fornjation will bo led by four U. S. Army planes from Richart ]3 Field, in Kansas City. .Mo. The Army planes arc under -the Conihiand of Lt. Isiah Davies, commandant at Richards, whose powerful Dellaviland will be the first to make its appearance Tuesday morning, and will circle lola several times before landing. Other ships on tlie tour are pro- videtl by Dr. George . L. Bennett, operator of Pier.-;e Field in Kansas City, Kansas. E. J. Sweeney, of the Si^'eeney Aviation School at Fair- fajt Field. Kansas City. Kansas, ilie Iligley .Motor Company of Kansas City, Kansas, and by many private owners. . All of the commercial ships on the tour will be available for. carrying passengers during their stop at lola. Ail are flown by licensed pilots, and all ships will be inspected by U. S. Army mechanics before leaving Kansas City and at each stop. The rates to" ppssenge'rs wilt be nominal. ; Miss Mary Wishard has returned homo from Lawrence wliere she attended the commencement exercLses at K. If.' Mj^.ss Wishard is a graduate of Kansas ITnivcrsily. Mrs. G. W. Hester left today for Mound City tp'vi.sit her sister. Mrs. Anna Hewitt. Milford—A community cdnter is being built here. Dr. John liriuk- iey and the Rev. (;iiarle« Draper, a Methodist minister, arc behind the project. Ion, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wooley, I Mr. and Mrs. I. T.- MlchaelsOn, Mr and Mrs. C. E. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Wright. Mr. and- Mrs. ^'ard Burley, Mr and Mrs.: Wil- .Uam Marlow^ Mr and Mrs. C. J. Hancock, Charles 1 J . iienry, W. H. McColn, S. S. Carter. W. W. Bj-own; .less Rotan, Farmer Pollock and Charles Whitmore. The little ^png caught the *ancy of the audience and won waves of applause. Thirty-nine was- referring to its part in the program wheii it- sang about the council shinning tonight. The aduience was plexsed. too. with the concert given in the hail just preceding the'program. . An Oration For Cnriis. Mr, f. O. Benson, president of the Clhahnte Chamber -Of Commerce, presided and in an.cffcctive i;itroductory address described tlic cordial feeling lola has for the V. C. T.. and mentioned Incidentally that the,more tbuii 125 traveling falRsnien wlio make this city their home chose lola liccatise of its niiinmius advantages as a resi- denial city. William K{. "nilly" Arhter led tlie'.audience in singing "America" ahilj tlie Rev. Charlns I. k'oldsmllh. fnslor of the First .Methodist (,'liurch offered the invocation. N Chairman IJenson prvsenied .Mayor iiarmon llobart wlio delivered the address t^f .welcome, poliilini;- oiit bis sincere interest in tjie V. ('. T. beciiuse hi- has two sons, Cleen and Lee. who are menibi-r.s of the order. The mayor said Ihe city feels the honor of enlerlain- iiig the 'travelinc salesmen v"ry sincerely and declared that it the .guests did not see what they want [-they shotild ; freely avail them- cager to tender. _ ^ •Tl)6 reply tq the address of welcome was by Edwin C. Curtis, of Kansas City. Kans., grand councilor. Mr. Curtis ticliyered a very friendly and cordial response to the messagjes bf, welcome that had preceded and was accorded an THE FIRST THOUGHT of the savage, a home! And it's as ea.sy to buy a home today through our . - compound interest plan as it was ' for the savagej ' to build one, and he wouldn't think of Baying rent.^ Security Building & Loan Assn." •. i lok, Kans. Dr..and Mrs. Wilton McCarthy left this morning in their car for their home In Des Moines, la. after a visit In lola with the doctor's brother. Mr Ftank McCarthy and Mfs. McCarthy of 419 East Jackson aTenne.' " J SILOS ' Wc- Mannfacf nre and Erect the Pliiyford Concrete Stave Silo • _ All staves made in a modern factory, ihade under, power tampers and steam cured. We are not back yard mechanics. , You can buy a cheaper silo, but you cannot buy-a belter silo. Our price to you covers everytlung except the foundation atid the '.laullng of the Material from your nearest railroad station to your farm. ^ All silos .eqtiipped with steel chnte, steel ladder and .steel doors, double hdoped from top to bottom- regardless of size! Workmau$hip and material fully guaranteed. Write us for pricis and catalogue. ' CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. SALINA4 KANSAS AGENTS WANTED • 1 , .. A WORTH WHILE TRIBUTE • JSl'; Should be a permanent one, but it should also be more than a block of f^tone. A fitting meihorial ex- pre.sses artistically the /full depth of your feeling. Let us^jjhow you 1 the great variety of designs which our equipment makes possible. The Best- \ '. ' ' • Your Last WILLIAMS , Tribute 1 ; . • MONUMENTAL WORKS ^ 301 Sooth Ws^idngton, Phtme 676 oration,''the members of the state coBnclU U.. C. T., rising to their feef in tribute to thoir'presiding officer. -t ' The morning session In ileidprial Hall concluded the events- open for the public until tills evening Jind Convention routine was started; in.-' executive sessions. - - '-^ — - • •"• ~' . ATTRACTIN'G YOUR ATTENTION! "Tiouhlc tj-oubles your motor if poor luliricalion is aroun 1." —P. Troieum. Good ItihiMOfition is'.sometlring you can't .see—for the hotter il i.'* the U'R.S it attract.s yoirr attentioii. While, wh(>n poor Itilirication i.s jit fiiiiil. tiie trouble always at) facts your Mtentton, HI * .Hure y(rf,i won't bo botlionnl—use G(»UI<'n Glow nil aiul got ix'ttV-r hil)rJc;iliori--nK)rf* power Jind longer life I'or your motor. f'oltor ti.se it icgul.nrly. I^hone 18!) LesH Service Station EI,MER P. SLACK, Agent (OrAny Lesh Pump Opptisite Ice Plant The Call of the Country Out arid away from the humdrum of the ordinary—in your own car—with, the blue sky above and a thrilling road ahe^d! The Middle West has a glamour all its i)wn—the glamour of the tmejcploited and unspoiled. Marvels of nature—places of romance—beautiful scenery—are waiting for you to find them oiiL Not very far from your home you may find them' The short list below is a meresuggestion: . 1 —Scquiota Cave, Missouri. Contains enough water to make a lake. Its .stalagmites and . other wonders carv be •vie\ved from a boat. Sequiota State Park is eiKht miles 'oiitt'.east of SprinKfield which is on State Highway;; No. 3 and No. 14. 2—Backbone State Park, Delaware County. Iowa. Heautil'ul Richmond Springs and trout fish Iiatchory. nearby., Near Manchester which is on State, ilighways No. 5 and No. 13. 3—Statue of Sacagawca who helped Lewis and , • i Clark win the race with England for the "Oregon country, a more important and romantifij figure in otu- early history than Pocahontas. At Bismarck.i North Dakota. State Highways No. 3 and No. 6. 4—Galena. Kansas, centerof America's greatest Lcad-Zihc fields. Itasca Park Highway No. 7 from Pittsburg. . 5—Tomb of Lincoln at Springfield, Illinois, with hundreds of sbiiveiurs of his life. The town of Old Salem nearby,- preserved as Jt was when lincob lived there. State Highways No. 10 and No. 4. 6—Manvshaped Indian mounds. Two vn'ii--. iKMth of Boraboo, Wisconsin. Sta:^-illiifh- vray No. 13. 7—Lake of the Torch. Michigan, namctl ltr>:u the habit of the Chippewa Indians of fis^inK at night *y means of birch bark torches. Gk^ous resort region. State. Highway No. II. - . 8—"Hole Tavern" or "Hi^ Street Hbifie". an oM tavern in New Alteiiy. Indiana, where Daniel Webster, Andrew Jackson and Henry ' Clay stopped. State Hij^ways No. 16 and No. 5; ; ; . Tl)e Missssinn Valley in Minnesota firom the Twin Cities to the Iowa line." High wooded bluffs and beautiful scenery. Good fishing. Stale Hi|;hway No. 3 follows the river all the way. 10 —^Sylvan Lake, more than, a'inile above sea level, a fairyland of unique beauty locked in by granite vraOs. In the Black Hills of South Dakota. StateHi^way No.36. A trip of exploration will be easy—inexpensive—and joyousi Wberever you go—good roads and Red Crown Gasoline! Standard Oil Company (Indiana) Service Stations will supply .the needs of your car wherever you may motor in the Middle West Start tomorrow! 1 Buy Red^Crown atAnyStctndardOil Service Station and at Most Garages Standard Oil (Indiana) lOLA, KANSAS

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